Your theme has a several handy built-in shortcodes available.
You can use several fractional combinations to suit your needs, so long as the last column has a suffix of “_last”. See example below.
// Three Columns Example
Column One - Add anything you want here
Column Two - Add anything you want here
Column Three - Add anything you want here
Available Options – Up to 6 columns
You can add some nice cross-browser CSS3 buttons as well. See more colors and examples here.
[button align="center" color="white" size="small" link="http://www.simplethemes.com"]Small Button[/button]
which produces the following result:
You can create tabs within your content as well. Each tab needs a unique id (identifier) in order to work.
[tab title="Tab 1" id="t1"]Tab 1 content[/tab]
[tab title="Tab 2" id="t2"]Tab 2 content[/tab]
[tab title="Tab 3" id="t3"]Tab 3 content[/tab]
which will output:
- Tab 1 content
- Tab 2 content
- Tab 3 content
You can create accordion-like toggle panels within your content as well
[toggle title="Button text One"]
Toggle Content One
[toggle title="Button Text Two"]
Toggle Content Two
[toggle title="Button Text Three"]
Toggle Content Three
Insert a rounded cornered box of content. Elements with explicit widths don’t scale on some devices (e.g., some phones), so USE WITH CAUTION!
This is a 400px centered callout box. You can pretty much enter any content or other shortcodes (such as buttons) in this box.
[callout align="center" width="400"]
This is a 400px centered callout box
[callout align="left" width="200"]
This is a 200px left aligned callout box
[callout align="right" width="100"]
This is a 100px right aligned callout box
This is a callout that will expand the entire width of its parent container.
Insert a list of latest posts from specified category(s) into any page with optional thumbnail and excerpt.
[latest excerpt="true" thumbs="true" width="50" height="50" num="5" cat="8,10,11"]
Insert a list of related (tagged) posts.
If you ever need to clear an element, you can use the “clear” shortcode below.
Clear with Horizontal line:
Similar to “clear”, this does the same thing but adds a horizontal line below.